Public Charter School Challenged Over “Morality Clause” in Lease with Catholic Diocese

A charter school system in Memphis, Tennessee has been threatened with legal action over leases it made with the Catholic Church that contain "morality clauses" some believe are unconstitutional. Read More

Catholic School Drops Religious Liberty Lawsuit Against City Non-Discrimination Ordinance

A Catholic school in Ohio has terminated its lawsuit targeting a city anti-LGBTQ non-discrimination ordinance that was being challenged on religious liberty grounds. Read More

Major Hospital Withdraws Partnership Offer to Catholic Healthcare System Over LGBTQ Policies

The University of California San Francisco (UCSF) will not expand its relationship with a Catholic healthcare system because of the religious system's policies on LGBTQ and reproductive services, as well as end of life care. Read More

Priest Opposed to Conversion Therapy Ban Admits He Was Not Authorized to Speak for Church

A Colorado priest who testified against the state's conversion therapy bill which is set to be signed into law today has admitted that despite his claims, he was not authorized to speak on behalf of the Catholic Church. Read More

U.S. Bishops “Gravely Disappointed” with Equality Act, Support Trump’s Anti-Transgender Guideline

The U.S. bishops have continued to cheerlead the Trump administration's war on LGBTQ people, this time decrying the Equality Act's recent passage in Congress and endorsing a new federal anti-transgender guideline. Catholics are again left wondering just how far Church leaders will go in their crusade allegedly to defend religious liberty in which they show little concern for LGBTQ lives. Read More

LGBTQ Activists File Complaint Against Archbishop for Alleged Hate Speech

LGBTQ activists in Mexico have filed a human rights complaint against their local archbishop for alleged hate speech, but a closer examination reveals the complaint has likely gone too far. Read More

Catholic University Investigating Students Accused of Anti-LGBTQ Attack on IDAHOBIT

Officials at a Catholic university in France are investigating students who attacked LGBTQ campaigners during the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT), while in Italy, Catholics joined in affirming commemorations of the day. Read More

Mercy Sister Is Behind PA’s First LGBTQ-Friendly Homeless Residence for Young Adults

Sister of Mercy Mary Scullion presided over the grand opening of the first LGBTQ-friendly homeless residence for young adults in the state of Pennsylvania. Read More

Former Irish President Condemns Courage International as “Machiavellian”

Ireland’s former president, Mary McAleese, recently issued a round condemnation of the anti-gay Catholic organization, Courage International. McAleese called the group, which believes all LGBTQ identities stem from psychological disorders, “Machiavellian, dangerous, and deliberately specious.” Read More

Defying Bishops’ Alarms, Catholics Express Support for Equality Act Which Passed a Legislative Hurdle

Catholics have been expressing their support for the Equality Act, which passed the U.S. House of Representatives earlier this week, defying episcopal opposition with a pro-LGBTQ faith witness. Read More